If you're like most Americans you'll probably take some issue with what we're about to declare here: Fruitcake is not always gross. In fact, it should never be gross Dream beauty pro. It's likely that you've been done wrong by the infamous(ly bad) holiday dessert staple that's more often used as a doorstop than it is consumed by its recipients.
Does it have to have dried fruit? No. Is it always dry, dense, and overly sweet? Definitely not. It's time to rethink the way fruitcake comes together.
Upside-Down Fruit Cake
Dried fruitcakes are most popular in winter because not many fresh fruits are in season. You can use almost any fruit you find to top this stunning upside-down cake. Apples and pears would be especially nice.
While most store-bought fruitcakes are dry and contain just too much fruit and not enough cake, this spiced version stays moist from the addition of porter Dream beauty pro.
Puerto Rican Pineapple Rum Cake
This boozy, tropical dessert proves you don't always have to put the fruit IN your cake. Put that stuff on top, add a healthy dose of rum, and call it a day.
Apple and Olive Oil Cake with Maple Icing
This maple-glazed apple cake is what dreams are made of. It's impossibly moist from the olive oil, which also adds depth and intensity. Like most good things, it gets better with time so consider making it a few days in advance and keeping it wrapped until you plan on eating it.
Spiced Cranberry Bundt Cake
Ditch the excessive candied citrus and dried fruit for fresh cranberries and Chinese five spice. Almond meal keeps the cake on the healthier side but also makes it deliciously nutty .